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jeudi 12 mars 2009

Fashion victime

I know I have a fashion victim in the making. Lil Miss N changes her clothes at least twice a day if not more. The problem is she wears an outfit and then changes to mix and match and yet does not wear it enough to render it fit for laundering. I have a mountain of clothes to wash and none of it has been worn more than a few hours at most at any one time. She is helping me feel useful.

She is rather experimentative and is quite vain as she proclaims that if she puts this skirt over those trousers/slacks then it will be a 'fashion statement' and people will exclaim 'WOW, she is a KO beauty'. She is a real beauty who loves dressing up. Maybe she is emulating her mum whom she does look up to as the ultimate role model.

I like taking the piss out of everyone, myself included. It is rather exhilirating and liberating to be able to laugh at oneself. Laughter can release endorphins (I think) or neurones...I am rather wobbly when it comes to scientifically correct terminology here.

The point is Lil Miss N has a lot to recommend her for being a possible future candicate for winning the contest MISS fashion victim. Do not just haphazardly follow trends, mark your unique style baby. That a girl and moreover That's my girl !!!

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Fusion a dit…

I stand corrected by Shrek on the 'endorphins released by laughter'. I found some supporting evidence though so there SHREKKIE!!!
Below is an extract of the research published in the 1996 issue of Humour and Health journal.

"Therapeutic Benefits of Laughter

Dr. Lee Berk and fellow researcher Dr. Stanley Tan of Loma Linda University in California have been studying the effects of laughter on the immune system. To date their published studies have shown that laughing lowers blood pressure, reduces stress hormones, increases muscle flexion, and boosts immune function by raising levels of infection-fighting T-cells, disease-fighting proteins called Gamma-interferon and B-cells, which produce disease-destroying antibodies. Laughter also triggers the release of endorphins, the body's natural painkillers, and produces a general sense of well-being. "